World Economic Outlook Database, October 2010

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All countries / Emerging and developing economies / Middle East and North Africa (20 countries)
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 Algeria

 Primary domestic currency: Algerian dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Mauritania

 Primary domestic currency: Mauritanian ouguiyas
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Bahrain

 Primary domestic currency: Bahrain dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Morocco

 Primary domestic currency: Moroccan dirhams
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Djibouti

 Primary domestic currency: Djibouti francs
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Oman

 Primary domestic currency: Rials Omani
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Egypt

 Primary domestic currency: Egyptian pounds
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Qatar

 Primary domestic currency: Qatar riyals
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Islamic Republic of Iran

 Primary domestic currency: Iranian rials
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Saudi Arabia

 Primary domestic currency: Saudi Arabian riyals
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Iraq

 Primary domestic currency: Iraqi Dinar (ID)
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Sudan

 Primary domestic currency: Sudanese guinea.
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Jordan

 Primary domestic currency: Jordanian dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Syrian Arab Republic

 Primary domestic currency: Syrian pounds
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Kuwait

 Primary domestic currency: Kuwaiti dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Tunisia

 Primary domestic currency: Tunisian dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Lebanon

 Primary domestic currency: Lebanese pounds
Data last updated: 08/2010

 United Arab Emirates

 Primary domestic currency: U.A.E. dirhams
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Libya

 Primary domestic currency: Libyan dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010

 Republic of Yemen

 Primary domestic currency: Yemeni rials
Data last updated: 09/2010
  Country Information  
  Algeria
Primary domestic currency: Algerian dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010


Bahrain
Primary domestic currency: Bahrain dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010


Djibouti
Primary domestic currency: Djibouti francs
Data last updated: 09/2010


Egypt
Primary domestic currency: Egyptian pounds
Data last updated: 09/2010


Islamic Republic of Iran
Primary domestic currency: Iranian rials
Data last updated: 09/2010


Iraq
Primary domestic currency: Iraqi Dinar (ID)
Data last updated: 09/2010


Jordan
Primary domestic currency: Jordanian dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010


Kuwait
Primary domestic currency: Kuwaiti dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010


Lebanon
Primary domestic currency: Lebanese pounds
Data last updated: 08/2010


Libya
Primary domestic currency: Libyan dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010


Mauritania
Primary domestic currency: Mauritanian ouguiyas
Data last updated: 09/2010


Morocco
Primary domestic currency: Moroccan dirhams
Data last updated: 09/2010


Oman
Primary domestic currency: Rials Omani
Data last updated: 09/2010


Qatar
Primary domestic currency: Qatar riyals
Data last updated: 09/2010


Saudi Arabia
Primary domestic currency: Saudi Arabian riyals
Data last updated: 09/2010


Sudan
Primary domestic currency: Sudanese guinea.
Data last updated: 09/2010


Syrian Arab Republic
Primary domestic currency: Syrian pounds
Data last updated: 09/2010


Tunisia
Primary domestic currency: Tunisian dinars
Data last updated: 09/2010


United Arab Emirates
Primary domestic currency: U.A.E. dirhams
Data last updated: 09/2010


Republic of Yemen
Primary domestic currency: Yemeni rials
Data last updated: 09/2010


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